There’s something about wildflowers that stir the soul – and the state of Western Australia has ample spots to see them in full glory. Wildflower season starts in June in the state’s north and lasts until November in southern areas. Try Kalbarri, Fitzgerald River and Cape Le Grande National Parks – lovely!
Plan your epic wildflower road trip with this free WA wildflower guide – it’s a big state with plenty of ground to cover, so get started!
You don’t have to travel far to see a stunning array of wildflowers – Kings Park in Perth contains so many species, your head will spin!
Some of the best natural floral displays occur in coastal regions, so definitely check out the Coral Coast in July and south-western shores in October.
There’s nowhere else like Western Australia for wildflowers – with more than 12,000 different species (more than 60% of which are not found anywhere else on the globe), it’s truly the greatest floral show on earth. And if you really had your heart set on seeing lots of tulips (a la the Netherlands), well, Western Australia has a bit of that going on that as well. Just head to the Araluen Botanical Gardens in Roleystone (south of Perth) and your tulip desires will be fulfilled.